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Indian Geogrpahy: 10 Rapid Fire Questions

India is a country of great geographical extent. Its size is so huge that it is often called a sub-continent. It is located in between the snowy heights of the Himalayas as well as the Indian Ocean. The Sea cleans the property for hundreds of kilometers from Bengal to Ketch.

The country stretches on all sides making up the substantial north plains, the Thar desert in the west, isolated hillsides in the east, unequal stage area, the ancient hillsides, coastal plains in the south as well as the snow-capped mountains in the north. It receives a variety of sunshine from the tropic sunlight and rainstorm from the monsoons. The nations that develop the Indian sub-continent today are Pakistan, India, Nepal, Bhutan and Bangladesh.Indian_geogrpahy

India, Pakistan and Bangladesh are republics; Nepal and Bhutan are kingdoms. Divided by the sea from the major land are an amount of Indian tropical isles– the Andaman as well as the Nicobar Islands in the Bay of Bengal and the Lakshadweep Islands in the Arabian Ocean.

Countries having a typical border with India are Afghanistan, Pakistan to the north-west, China and Nepal to the north, Myanmar, Bangladesh to the east. The nearest nearby resident in the south across the seas is Sri Lanka which is split from India by the narrow Palk Strait.

Quick Questions on Indian Geogrpahy

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Question 1
The largest (longest) platform in the world is located in 
A
India
B
Moscow
C
China
D
USA
Question 1 Explanation: 
The longest railway platform in the world (1072 metres, or 3538 feet) is at Kharagpur, West Bengal
Question 2
The largest mosque in the world is 
A
Jama Masjid
B
At-Malawiya Mosque
C
Merdeka Mosque
D
Al-Masjid al-Haram
Question 2 Explanation: 
Al-Masjid al-Haram, is the largest mosque in the world. Located in the city of Mecca,its current structure covers an area of 400,800 square metres (99.0 acres)
Question 3
The World's largest temple is 
A
Meenakshi
B
Temple of Varanasi
C
Sun Temple
D
Angkor Vat
Question 4
The words'longest road is 
A
Grand Trunk Road
B
Monumental Axis
C
Pan Am Highway
D
Broadway Street
Question 4 Explanation: 
Length of Pan Am Highway 24,140 Km - 15,000 Miles. Please note that Australia's Highway 1 is the longest national highway in the world at over 14,500 km (9,000 mi)
Question 5
India's national emblem is 
A
Lotus Flower
B
Lion
C
Chakra
D
Cow
Question 6
The Parliament of -has largest membership 
A
India
B
USA
C
China
D
Russia
Question 7
This crop rwquirers black volcanic soil, tropical climate and 200 forost free days
A
sugarcane
B
cotton
C
wheat
D
bajra
Question 8
High temperatures throughout the year,solid soil base capable of sup-porting the heavy weight of the crop and heavy rainfall is necessary for the cultivation of 
A
rubber
B
jute
C
rice
D
cocoa
Question 9
Which of these countries lie north of India ? 
A
Nepal
B
Pakistan
C
Afghanistan
D
Sri Lanka
Question 10
The Radcliff Award is the Boundary between these two countries 
A
India and Nepal
B
India and Pakistan
C
India and Bangladesh
D
India and Afghanistan
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